Hypnosis for Alcoholism

Hypnosis for drinking.

Hypnosis for drinking is a highly effective and safe form of treatment. Alcohol addiction hypnosis is a method of influencing the patient’s psyche to instill a sense of indifference to alcohol and a phobia (fear) of the consequences of its usage. It is used to treat alcohol dependence.

Hypnotic Coding for Alcohol Addiction

How is the outcome of hypnosis for drinking attained?

  1. By suggestion: With suggestion, a person’s behavior is psycho-reprogrammed, and his beliefs and attitude about alcohol change. This is why the patient becomes committed and persuaded by the teetotaler following hypnosis treatment. As a result of the hypnosis for drinking procedure, an altered state of awareness acquired through a brief hypnotic trance is required for the patient to accept this and continue living following the received installation (a suggestion in reality).
  2. Through dynamic stress psychotherapy: Inducing intense emotional (positive and negative) experiences in the patient during the hypnosis for drinking session through emotional stress psychotherapy. For instance, individuals who have experienced a severe emotional shock while flying on an airplane frequently acquire aerophobia.
  3. Through the use of conditioned reflex therapy: When you are simultaneously exposed to auditory solid, visual, and tactile stimuli as well as the sight, smell, and taste of alcohol, you can develop a conditioned reflex, which results in feelings of profound indifference, indifference, and aversion to alcoholic beverages.

Hypnosis for drinking describes the process of implanting (coding) information into a person’s memory using a hypnotic trance and various psychological approaches, affecting the patient’s consciousness and subconsciousness. A person’s beliefs and inner values change, which affects his behavior. Willpower is also engaged and reinforced, and some biological changes take place.

Alcohol abuse hypnotherapy, also known as hypnosis for drinking, differs from alcoholism from the perspective of psychoanalysis in that it has the following effects on the human psyche and way of life:

  1. Building the superego: The bar for morality and ethics is raised, and the conscience’s voice is bolstered. Reorientation of the ego is manifested in increased awareness, the predominance of reason, and the purposefulness and significance of one’s acts.
  2. Controlling the unconscious ego: repression of obsessive-compulsive desire, emotional distinction, transformation or reframing of the innate demand “from pain to pleasure” through an alcohol-induced altered state of consciousness into an emotional elevation from novel alternative activities.

a) Libido – After induction by “alcohol abuse hypnosis,” libido, which was turned inside the patient in a distorted form and showed up as extreme egocentrism (I know how correctly, the world is against Me), is transformed into healthy egoism (caring for one’s health, appearance, etc.) and healthy altruism (taking care of the family, dedication in one activity or another, for the sake of oneself and close ones).

b) Mortido – Mortido, which in a distorted form was turned inside the patient and showed up as suicidal behavior (binge drinking, traumatism, somatic illnesses as a result of intoxication), as a program of voluntary, slow self-destruction, as well as on the outside, in the form of aggressive behavior and cruelty, is transformed after induction by “alcohol abuse hypnosis” into an increased sense of danger in front of alcohol in his life, an increase in the instinct

This can be described in terms of transactional analysis:

  • Making rash decisions as a result of extreme stress.
  • Altering the life scenario.

Relationships are developed between the “Adult” and the “Parent,” and the “Child” learns to obey. The drinking game comes to an end.

What makes “hypnosis for drinking“ an effective tool for alcoholism treatment?

  • The therapist has charisma because of his demeanor (clothing, manners, captivating stare), strength, serenity, and unwavering assurance that he has complete control over everything that occurs.
  • The patient’s initial preparedness and desire to stop drinking are determined by their awareness of all the issues and problems brought on by alcohol and their level of minimum motivation.
  • Faith in the therapist’s ability to help, based on his prior expertise and successful methods (rumors that they had already helped a lot, after his session, those who had already been repeatedly unsuccessfully treated stopped drinking).
  • With a thorough scientific description of how the approach functions based on the laws of the human psyche, Dr. Tsan’s conviction in his method for treating addiction becomes apparent.
  • Exclusivity of the process typically entails using copyright strategies to produce the desired effect.

At the peak of the “alcohol abuse hypnosis” session, the patient’s altered state of consciousness is sufficient to cause hand levitation or catalepsy, a frozen gaze (fixation, attention to the object), and body numbness (which reduces criticism of what is happening and forces the patient to perceive information both metaphorically and literally), increasing the patient’s suggestibility to visual, verbal, and tactile signals, the essence of which is the transfer of suggestion formula.

The critical phases of an “alcoholism hypnosis” session for alcohol addiction:

  • Increasing the patient’s motivation to become sober and the criticism of their addictive conduct.
  • Hypnotic trances, pharmacological suggestions, and psychoactive substances can all induce an altered state of consciousness.
  • Verbal attitudes, dynamic visualization under trance, and kinesthetic anchoring make up the procedure’s content.
  • Positive post-hypnotic remarks and ideas are in the last section.
  • We are speeding up the session to stop a relapse.

Treatment for drinking with hypnosis.

This is how superficial hypnosis is used at the Philadelphia Addiction Center to encode alcoholism. While under hypnosis for alcohol misuse, the patient is awake and aware of everything that is occurring to him. Using rapport, the doctor verbally persuades the patient to refrain from drinking alcohol (trusting relationship). The doctor acts as the subject’s referent and authority during the operation.

how hypnosis works - hypnosis for drinking

The three stages of hypnosis for drinking are as follows:

Preparing the patient.

The stage of alcoholism, the patient’s motivation, and the causes of alcohol usage are all determined by the doctor. The patient must intentionally wish to overcome the addiction to use the alcoholism hypnosis technique.

The process of hypnosis treatment.
  • Relaxation activates the hypnotic trance state.
  • The doctor uses NLP procedures while the patient is in hypnosis to “train” him to stop drinking.
  • Recovery from hypnotic trance.

Additional information about the hypnosis for drinking coding.

Several techniques Victor Tsan, MD, uses for “alcohol abuse hypnosis” include:

Hypno suggestion therapy

The patient is completely hypnotized. He develops an aversion to alcohol and everything associated with it, thanks to the doctor.

We are using an anchor.

The doctor helps the patient develop a lifelong association between drinking and bad events. The encoded individual starts to experience hatred and fear about alcohol.


The patient is actively involved in the hypnosis for drinking process, which makes it different. The patient receives instruction from a physician and uses hypnosis to set the conditions for himself.

Alcohol abuse hypnotherapy can also be linked to the above-described strategy for quitting drinking.

Dr. Tsan’s “alcohol abuse hypnosis” technique

Victor Tsan, MD, devised a strategy for treating alcoholism based on current scientific studies on the neurophysiology of the brain.

It has been demonstrated that the brain regions in charge of pleasure, inner safety, comfort, and zone stress are directly related (amygdala).

Emotionally intense recollections of events connected to alcohol play a crucial part in developing this link.

The brain instinctively organizes memories so that those involved in drinking alcohol as a source of enjoyment and satisfaction are kept in active memory. At the same time, memories of unpleasant drinking experiences are pushed into inactive memory, where they lose their emotional context and emotions like guilt and regret, fear, and danger in the face of the apparent harmful effects of alcohol misuse.

This is why the person continues to live a harmful and self-destructive lifestyle while ignoring the danger of alcohol misuse.

The goal of recovery-focused therapy (total abstinence from alcohol for a year or longer, for an infinite length of sobriety) is to remove positive emotional reinforcement from alcoholic memories and replace it with a sense of danger and a natural protective fear for your health and your life.

The amygdala is the source of the instinct for self-preservation and a sense of danger; the frontal lobes of the brain, which are in charge of social behavior, and the hippocampus, which is part of the brain where memories are stored, all work together to produce this impact.

There are three steps to the therapeutic process:

  • Effects on the brain’s prefrontal region (mirror and fusiform neurons). One develops a mindset for sobriety and the drive for a better, safer, and prosperous life.
  • Activation of the hippocampus and limbic system, two regions of the brain that are involved in emotions and memories (memory and memories), automatically evoking thoughts of disgust and apathy, are memories involving alcohol.
  • Alcohol is dangerous because it stimulates the amygdala intensely, which causes a solid and stable attachment to form, which operates subconsciously, instinctively, and reflexively.

Contraindications to hypnosis for drinking

At the Philadelphia Addiction Clinic, alcoholism hypnosis is only allowed in the absence of the following restrictions:

  • Life-threatening diseases (cancer, etc.), acute cardiovascular disorders (heart attack), acute cerebral circulation disorders (stroke, bleeding), pregnancy, breastfeeding (lactation), acute cardiovascular disorders (heart attack),
  • Acute renal failure, active cirrhosis, and acute hepatic failure.
  • Skin infections at the intended implantation site if hypnosis is associated with using an Esperal implant.
  • Mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia and dementia.

Hypnosis for drinking in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Addiction Center is the #1 medical facility providing hypnosis for drinking, implant therapy, and other anti-alcoholism treatments.

Dr. Victor Tsan, an internationally recognized specialist in alcoholism hypnosis, developed the most effective treatment that helps thousands of people fight alcohol dependency.

Group ypnosis for alcoholism

Each treatment of alcoholism hypnosis consists of 3 parts:

  1. Patient evaluation – Dr. Tsan will talk to you and discuss the triggers that cause your addiction.
  2. Hypnosis for drinking – 1.5 hours of hypnotherapy, including NLP techniques to reduce your urge to consume alcohol.
  3. AcupunctureNADA technique to clean your bloodstream from any traces of alcohol.
  4. Test – Dr. Tsan will ask you to consume a tiny dose of alcohol equal to approximately 10 – 20 drops of whiskey. In approximately 10 minutes, your brain will initiate a reaction through hot flashes, heart palpitation, skin itching, and paresthesia. The test reaction is mild and will last for approximately 1 hour.

After completing the test, you’ll be in perfect condition and can leave the office and drive if necessary.

We will not charge you for the hypnosis for drinking treatment until you undergo the test and get a positive test result.

For more information, contact the Philadelphia Addiction Center at (267) 403-3085 to schedule your appointment and start a journey to a new life.